I can find that out for sure. I believe they can discharge somewhere around 1000 cars in a 8-hour shift.smokeminside said:Does anyone know how long these ships take to load?
Thomas @ MADA took several days before replying. On the other hand, the email to Harms got a reply overnight from their office in New Jersey. It's been posted before that Thomas is an agent/subcontractor to Harms, so even if you dropoff in Munich Harms can track your car.smokeminside said:VIN with drop-off details (date and city) to [email protected]. Someone there wrote back pretty quickly. One thing I'm not clear on for the folks who drop off in Munich is whether they should request info through Harms, or MADA which, apparently has taken over shipping responsibilities in Munich. Anyone know?
Thomas with MADA in Munich has confirmed I am on the Green Point. ETD Bremerhaven July 23, ETA Port Hueneme August 13 - just over a month from drop-off in Munich.DBU said:I can find that out for sure. I believe they can discharge somewhere around 1000 cars in a 8-hour shift.
If I am on the Green Point (dropped off in Munich July 12), I will get more details. By the way who/how did you get confirmation of which vessel you were on. I e-mailed my drop-off guy, but have not heard back yet.
August 12 - a few days after the "Auto Banner." The VPC will be busy...mavsman26 said:The AIS public site is impossible to use. Anyone with info on ETA at Port Hueneme?
I'm moving to the bay area in a couple of weeks. a side benefit of the ed was a convenient way of buying a car and having it shipped to california.DBU said:August 12 - a few days after the "Auto Banner." The VPC will be busy...
Edit: Why are you asking? If you are in Cambridge, MA, I sure hope your car is not on this vessel...
Panama to San Diego is abt. 2844 (nautical) miles, which at 17 knots will take 6 days 23 hours. ETA San Diego around 13 or 14th seems about right. Port Hueneme a day later...nextcar550 said:View attachment 82416
Found the Green Point due north in the picture above today (I think there is a delay for the info).
The Cristobal Anchorages is the entry part of the Panama Atlantic approach, so I guess it is still in the Atlantic.
Does it take over a week to get from Panama to San Diego?
Thanks for the AIS screen shot. I gave up on that site so your efforts are appreciated.nextcar550 said: